Restaurant Equipment

Ckitchen.com is the best restaurant supply store to purchase all your restaurant equipment from. Our shop stands out from the rest because we have an extensive selection of carefully chosen, quality equipment and we have the most experienced and well trained sales team around.  This means that we will help you identify, select and purchase everything you need for your restaurant.  We help customers daily who are looking to equip bakeries, cafeterias, hotels, ice cream shops, cafes, small restaurants, food trucks, large chain restaurants and more.

Your buying experience will be unique and exceptional because we cover every detail. We have great pricing and selection not only on the main staples like ranges, ovens, fryers etc. but also on preparation, storage, and display equipment. Even serverware, forks and knives are available in a variety of styles. We help you with your equipment needs in the front and back of the house and everywhere in between.

Size is no issue with us. Whether you are looking for a large walk in cooler or a small countertop fryer we have you covered.  Plus you have the added comfort of knowing that everything you buy from us will come to you brand new with the manufacturer's warranty. We have everything you need right here. No need to spend hours researching the internet.Make us a part of your winning team.  

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Restaurant Equipment Featured Articles
A Guide to Choosing Commercial Refrigeration

Depending on the type of unit you’re purchasing, there are likely a few options in terms of size and capacity available. There are a few ways to categorize the size/capacity of a unit:


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A Guide to Choosing Convection Ovens
When choosing your convection oven, you’ll first need to ask yourself a few questions:

 

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A Guide to Choosing Charbroilers

Charbroilers generally operate at temperatures of 550 degrees and up, regardless of make, model, or manufacturer. Burners are separated at widths of 12”-15” apart (with pricier models having more burners/width), and unlike a griddle, the cooktop has slats to give items that classic grillmark appearance.


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A Guide to Choosing Merchandisers
Considerations for Choosing a Merchandiser: Do you want customers to serve themselves? Are you displaying hot or cold foods? Do you want access from both sides? Do you need to remote the refrigeration because the unit is going into an already warm location?


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A Guide to Choosing Stainless Steel Tables

The gauge of your stainless steel basically describes the thickness and, thus, durability of the steel itself; the lower the gauge, the thicker the steel! 


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Protect Workers with Your Equipment

The equipment you choose to outfit your foodservice establishment with is typically tailored to your customers’ demands and needs. Many times, owners overlook the needs of their own workers and the role that their equipment plays in it!


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Flat vs Char Grill

Flat-top grilling (aka griddle) and char grilling are two typical grilling methods, and both are preferred for different reasons and in their own right. While one is not necessarily better than the other, there are a few things to consider when making the decision between flat and char grills.




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How To Make Your Menu Work For You

Your menu is truly the turning point for your restaurant. With influences reaching back to the kitchen itself, making your menu work for you will boost profits and support your restaurant as a whole.

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Induction Cooking 101

Induction cooking has long been a cooking method of choice for chefs worldwide, but only recently has demand driven prices down, making it an affordable choice for many restaurant owners. From understanding how it works to knowing what you’ll need, here are a few of the basics when it comes to induction burners.

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Reduce Your Startup Costs

Opening a new restaurant is a daunting task and costly endeavour for many. When it comes to kitchen equipment, knowing how to make informed purchases that are both cost-effective and long-standing can help retain your working capital while reducing headaches in the future.

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